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"hessaacd" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have 2 systems.
> One has 128 MB ram, the other has 32.
> The 128 MB was super slow so I ran windows memory diagnostic and it
> showed that the MOving Inversions test was failing.
> I then took the ram of both systems and put the 128 MB into the other
> Now the 128 MB passes all tests.
> So It's not the RAM, but perhaps the mem. controller that's going
> I guess I need a new motherboard ???
Are you using same memory timings in both systems? More info please.